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Turquoise Bay
Turquoise Bay
The water isn’t all that’s striking about this top spot. A 60-kilometre drive from Exmouth and a few steps off the beach brings you to the gentle drift snorkel trail, revealing the incredible diversity of World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef.

Cable Beach
Cable Beach
Famous for its 22 kilometres of sun-kissed sand and azure water, Broome’s Cable Beach is the only place in the world where you can take in spectacular Indian Ocean sunsets from the seat of a camel train.

Lucky Bay
Lucky Bay
Officially Australia’s whitest beach, Lucky Bay is the finest jewel in a string of glorious beaches along the coast of Esperance and Cape Le Grand National Park. You might even spot the kangaroos sunbathing on the beach here.

City Beach
City Beach
One of Perth’s 19 stunning white sand beaches, City Beach is a favourite among surfers, backpackers and families. Catch a wave, cast a line, dine in a world-class restaurant, or just relax and enjoy some of Perth’s abundant sunshine.

Cottesloe Beach
Cottesloe Beach
Set against a backdrop of towering Norfolk pines, buzzing waterfront bars and lush terraced lawns, this iconic swimming and surfing beach is famous for its Indian Ocean sunsets, annual sculpture park and lively Sunday sessions.

Greens Pool
Greens Pool
Greens Pool is one of the most inviting natural swimming pools, with sculpted granite rocks sheltering its clear emerald waters. Step off the pure white sand and enjoy a swim, snorkel or dive.

Scarborough Beach
Scarborough Beach
Scarborough is a favourite hang-out for surfers, beach-lovers and clubbers, lured to the foreshore by top breaks and windsurfing conditions, beach cricket, casual beachside cafes, buzzing weekend markets and lively pubs and clubs.

Monkey Mia
Monkey Mia
The shoreline of Monkey Mia is one of the best and most reliable places in the world for a magical close encounter with wild dolphins. For over 40 years, the resident bottlenose dolphins have been swimming into the shallows virtually every day, giving visitors a memorable and moving experience.

Eighty Mile Beach
Eighty Mile Beach
Enjoy bird watching, fishing or just the glorious serenity of this stunning stretch of pure white sand extending 80 miles (approximately 129 kilometres) from Port Hedland to Broome. Washed clean by ten-metre tides every day, the shore is an important feeding ground for half a million migratory birds.

Shell Beach
Shell Beach
Stretching 110 kilometres, Shell Beach in Shark Bay is one of only two beaches on Earth formed of billions of tiny shells from just one species of mollusc. It’s one of the many extraordinary reasons why Shark Bay is World Heritage listed.

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